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Chris Packham
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Daily Mirror 18h
Teenagers took over the Daily Mirror newsroom for a special edition - here's what happened
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Rhian Lubin 22h
A brilliant interview with on the climate crisis in today's Mirror, put together by our reporters
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VEGANUARY May 21
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Chris Packham May 21
Replying to @simongerman600
Simon , you are up there amongst my favourite Twitter follows - nothing like beautiful information .
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Simon Kuestenmacher May 21
The Parks of the World. Today I learned that the Golden Gate Park in San Francisco is larger than Central Park in New York. I had no idea! Source:
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#iwill Campaign May 21
This time last week we were busy preparing for our Advisory Council at St James's Palace, hosted by our patron HRH The Prince of Wales. Over a quarter of the guests in attendance were young people, from all over the UK & bringing with them passion for all areas of .
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GreenFingeredGeorge May 21
Mr Ishihara, the coolest dude at His Japanese garden is A-MAZ-ING, it's everything you expect - moss, maples, water - my idea of horticultural heaven! I even learnt a bit of Japanese, but mixed with a bit of Manc, I don't think he understood a word I said!
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BTO May 21
Are you passionate about garden birds, and would you love to share that passion with others? We're looking for a volunteer in the team to spread the word about Garden BirdWatch, so if you think this is you, visit . Applications close May 31st.
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Extinction Rebellion Croydon 🌷 May 20
Where’s the mention of climate breakdown? How long are we going to ignore the fact that THIS ISN’T NORMAL?
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Will Hawkes May 20
Quite a sad sight in Pontfadog, NE Wales. A Grey-patched mining bee (Andrena nitida) unable to forage on the hedgerow's flowers due to the netting.
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Chris Packham May 21
Replying to @theowl2018
Well , Lincolnshire and Norfolk have the highest densities - but check online - there are bound to be some local to you .
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Megan McCubbin May 21
Click the link below to catch up on as we follow and through some of their most ambitions actions to date.
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Chris Packham May 20
I’ve said it before . . . and I’ll say it again . - that’s what I pay my licence fee for check this out too
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Dan Lombard May 20
Lovely to see the dominant female at a Sett I watch with 5 cubs this year. A bigger than normal litter, all looking healthy and full of mischief. Likely due to a wise old sow, full experience, for a mother!
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CABS May 20
Our on finished at the weekend. Over 6 weeks we found 17 active trapping sites, 206 limesticks, 520m of ground nets - lowest spring numbers recorded. 4 poachers convicted. CABS teams will be back when the first birds start to return to Africa!
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Holly Gillibrand May 19
My parents have gifted me their vote in the . Ask your parents/grandparents to give you their vote too because we, the young people, will have to live with the actions of the older generations.
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Chris Packham May 20
Replying to @AshtonLamont
Thanks Ash !
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Save the Bees & Pollinators May 20
Replying to @ChrisGPackham @The_RHS
Chris Please support World Bee Day
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SealScotland May 20
𝐒𝐚𝐥𝐦𝐨𝐧 𝐅𝐚𝐫𝐦𝐢𝐧𝐠 𝐄𝐱𝐩𝐨𝐬𝐞𝐝 - 𝐏𝐚𝐧𝐨𝐫𝐚𝐦𝐚 explores the £600 million industry producing UK's biggest food export. 𝟖:𝟑𝟎𝐩𝐦 tonight
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Chris Packham May 20
I'm looking forward to speaking about British wildlife at Hampton Court Palace Garden Festival , Weds , 3rd July .
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